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Eva Longoria at the currently wifi-unfriendly Dublin Web Summit in the RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin within the past 30 minutes.

Emily sez:

Eva shouting out to all the women (about 15% of audience) and calls on us to be mentors. Can’t remember what else she said but great legs….

More as we get it.

(images sent by courier)

Earlier: Who Took The Web From The Web Summit?

Pics: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland and Emily

55 thoughts on “Desperate House Wi Fi

      1. Emily

        you’re right gallant man, I should have stayed at home and missed the rest of the summit because I called this out.

  1. Mister Mister

    Jesus Emily, if a bloke only took from a decent philanthropist that she had great legs there’d be murder.

      1. f_lawless

        but if a bloke said the same thing, ironically or not, it would be considered by most to be in very poor taste ;)

    1. Joe Malone

      some contractor is raging all his caged storage tanks have gone missing, give em back ye thieving summiters.

    1. Kieran NYC

      She was on Real Time with Bill Maher last weekend and came across VERY well, I thought. Really smart and knows her topic (immigration in that case), so not shocked she’d be speaking at this if she has a tech interest/investment.

  2. SOMK

    Meanwhile in opposite land, where human sexual relations are more akin to sea horses, where the maternal burden and inferiority in size in the male has led the women being able to secure significant social and economic leverage over females with the gradual progression into 21st century civilisation. In this culture in order to communicate their suitability as a mate the tradition is for men to walk around with their chests bare. Ryan Gosling is on stage at the Summit, he’s got a product to sell, but he also has an important message, he’s telling men that they have worth too, that they have a place in this world, of the small percentage of men who are in the audience (and as such are in fact on balance doing quite well), those that do comment ignore the content of what he’s saying as it doesn’t really apply to them (they’re already doing plenty after all and find all this talk a bit patronising, it’s not that they don’t agree with it, it’s just that they don’t need Ryan Gosling to tell them the fupping obvious), but they comment with awe and wonder at what a fantastic chest Mr. Gosling has.

    1. SOMK

      oh it’s got fupped, didn’t realise things get fupped,

      anyway, might as well delete the duplicate below,

      also typo

      *to secure significant social and economic leverage over MEN

    2. rotide

      I’d say you really really struggle with twitter and text messages.

      Anyway, It was a woman that made the comment about the legs and a woman who completely ignored a lot of the points that Eva was making.

      One of them was “Womens greatest asset is the power they exert over men”. That’s a direct quote and I wondered if anyone here would bring it up.

        1. rotide

          Despite her having a considerable amount of power over me, I’m nearly positive she didn’t say ‘hot women’

      1. Emily

        Again, rotide, that’s the point I was making by instead of communicating what she said, only pointing out her legs. Believe me, I listened to every word she said. Why don’t you get stuff?

        1. Alfred E. Neumann

          The intention and the irony are clear. The effect, unfortunately, is the same as ever. Nobody is talking about what she said.

          1. Emily

            It does seem to be lost on quite a few here, Alfred. I was hoping if they were curious as to why she was there, they would research it instead of just commenting on the couple of lines we might quote here.

    3. Emily

      Oh dear, we have another one.
      “and as such are in fact on balance doing quite well”
      Yes, we should be grateful.
      As if there aren’t enough female CEO’s in the world to have a 50/50 speaker balance at the summit.

  3. SOMK

    Fine Mr. Moderator without the swearing so…

    Meanwhile in opposite land, where human sexual relations are more akin to sea horses, where the maternal burden and inferiority in size in the male has led the women being able to secure significant social and economic leverage over females with the gradual progression into 21st century civilisation. In this culture in order to communicate their suitability as a mate the tradition is for men to walk around with their chests bare. Ryan Gosling is on stage at the Summit, he’s got a product to sell, but he also has an important message, he’s telling men that they have worth too, that they have a place in this world, of the small percentage of men who are in the audience (and as such are in fact on balance doing quite well), those that do comment ignore the content of what he’s saying as it doesn’t really apply to them (they’re already doing plenty after all and find all this talk a bit patronising, it’s not that they don’t agree with it, it’s just that they don’t need Ryan Gosling to tell them the funking obvious), but they comment with awe and wonder at what a fantastic chest Mr. Gosling has.

      1. Tony

        Brilliant. Now do it with the word ‘flumping’. Also maybe insert ‘doodle-oodle’ after every seventh word.

    1. Mani

      I’ve never read a mental breakdown before, other than Moyne’s limericks, but thats more of a drip-drip rather than this levee break.

      1. Planet of the Missing Biros

        Mani’s transference again.

        He lurks offside until he’s sure a commenter is unpopular with everyone and then pounces with his ridicule which is very possibly a reflection of his own inferiority and lack of development.

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